So, I’ll start… since this whole forum is full of things we are asking for, constantly, I wanted to take a moment to share some gratitude.
Marie has been incredibly kind and very responsive. Every single time I have ever seen her post, she has done a great job responding in a patient and kind way to every post, no matter how heated the topic or how agitated the user was. I made a post recently that was very direct, very passionate, and a bit heated. I acknowledged @Marie’s efforts, but asked her to communicate to her team that we needed more help on that topic. And, @Marie, being the kind and supportive person that she is… she “liked” the post.
That’s an incredible skill and I’m glad she’s in that job. I don’t think I’d be able to do that so consistently. Many thanks – you’re incredible.
Bastien is not an Asana employee, but works really hard building tools that help so many people have a better experience in Asana (Templana and Minimalist-Work). He’s also built the world’s greatest "Ultimate Guide for Doing Things in Asana
He’s helped me quite a bit individually as well. So, a massive thanks to Bastien.
I haven’t had as many chances to interact with Natalia, but when I have, she’s been very helpful and understanding…and just generally happy. So, thanks. You’re awesome.
Kimberlea doesn’t do most of her work on here, but I interact with her a bit in the Asana Together program and regarding my events. I’ve had some tough things to share and was …let’s say “energetic” in my messages. She was gracious and helpful and very responsive. Here’s what she said back to me: “I completely understand and both of your frustrations are completely justified.” And, then she went on to do what she could to help me find a solution and to communicate internally to get some help to solve the issue. Massive gratitude to you.
Larry (not an Asana employee) is a smart and really dedicated guy. Not gonna lie, it’s been really cool to see Larry build awesome tools (Asana2Go) and to then see Asana work to start to build some of that into Asana. So, Larry, kudos for being a visionary!!
Tim knows better than most people that I … well that I have a lot of questions (as part of my work as an Asana Certified Pro). Tim’s been extremely helpful and, even though I know he has a lot going on, he always replies and helps me get resolutions to the hiccups that happen in the program. A huge, huge thank you.
(for some reason, it’s not letting me @ mention Josh)
Right from the first time I met Josh at an Asana event, he made me feel like I belonged and that he was there to support my efforts as a Certified Pro. I haven’t had as much of a chance to interact with Josh, but he was very helpful and encouraging.